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How to “Doom” Anarchism

via Center for a Stateless Society

How to “Doom” Anarchism: A Response to Dakota Hensley

A response to "The Conservative Anarchist".

Can there be such a thing as a “conservative anarchist?” Yes, as is true of any broad political label – socialist, democrat, libertarian, the list grows longer every day as the far right tries to appropriate the language of other tendencies. Ultimately, one can identify with whatever values they want, this is the foundation of many views I hold.

The Conservative Anarchist

From Center for a Stateless Society

Can an anarchist be socially conservative? Yes. I see no reason why someone who is anti-abortion or has fundamentalist views on sex or drugs can’t be an anarchist. Anarchism is about building a society in which no one forces their beliefs on others. As long as you respect the views and lives of others, your personal views don’t matter.

Retaking our black path

From anarquia.info, translated by Anarchist News

Retaking our black path [1]

—To Alfredo Cospito, partner and co-conspirator.

We are going our own way - individuals without a redemptory and blind faith.
Our disgust with society does not engender in us any immutable conviction.
We fight for the joy of battle, and without any dreams of a better future.
What do we care about tomorrows that are awaited for centuries!
-Zo'd Axa
L'Enderhors, Paris, 1896.

Notice to the Brazilian National Congress and the Brazilian Federal “Government” from NOS

from anarchists worldwide

Received and translated on 30.03.2020:

In view of the public calamity that is settling in the territory of the Federative Republic of Brazil due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, our collective presents four (4) requirements to the National Congress of Brazil and the supposed Brazilian federal “government”:

A Worker's Story #1 by AWSM - Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement

from a-infos

Here Aotearoa Workers Solidarity Movement (AWSM) offers the first of what we hope will become an ongoing series of interviews with workers from various sectors who are having their well being and livelihoods damaged. We begin with an educator in Southland, South Island. Due to the attitude and actions of his employers, he has asked to remain anonymous. ----

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